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La désignation des groupes ethniques de la Sicile islamique dans les chroniques en langue arabe : source d’information ou topos ?
Les transformations qu’entraîna la domination islamique en Sicile, mal connues, sont souvent mises en relation avec l’installation de groupes ethniques dans le cadre insulaire. Toutefois, les sources attestant l’existence de ces derniers sont rares et, pour la plupart, postérieures à la période islamique. En outre, leur interprétation a jusqu’ici fait la part belle à un mélange de conceptions propres au xixe siècle européen et de khaldūnisme (M. Amari). Cette enquête propose donc une nouvelle analyse de ce ce thème dans les chroniques en arabe. Peu loquaces, elles opposent surtout Rūm et musulmans ; toutefois, lors de tensions ponctuelles, émergent d’autres oppositions binaires (Arabes/Berbères, Africains/Siciliens). Si l’on s’interroge sur leur fonction, il apparaît qu’elles renvoient à des groupes politiques autant qu’ethniques et qu’elles sont utilisées pour expliquer la perte de la Sicile par les musulmans plutôt qu’elles ne documentent une éventuelle réalité historique.
Mots-clés : groupes ethniques, Sicile islamique, historiographie sicilienne, xixe siècle, islamisation, chroniques arabes médiévales.
The transformations caused by the Islamic conquest of Sicily are little known, but they are often linked by historians with the arrival of new ethnic groups to the island. Nonetheless, the few sources which record the existence of such groups were generally written after the Islamic period. Moreover, their interpretation has heretofore been informed by a mixture of nineteenth century concepts and khaldunism (M. Amari). This inquiry proposes a new analysis of the presence of ethnic groups in Sicily as described in the Arabic chronicles, which are often silent on the issue and predominantly distinguish between Rūm and the Muslims. However, during occasional crises, other binary oppositions (Arabs/Berbers, Africans/Sicilians) emerge. If we question the function of these ethnic denominations, it appears that they designate political as much as ethnic groups, and that they are used to explain the loss of Muslim control of Sicily rather than to document historical reality.
Keywords: Ethnic groups, Islamic Sicily, Sicilian Historiography, nineteenth century, Islamicization, Arabic medieval chronicles.
- Annliese Nef ( : 057680264)
Maria Isabel Fierro Bello
Genealogies of Power in Al-Andalus. Politics, Religion and Ethnicity during the Second/Eighth-Fifth/Eleventh Centuries.
Cet article analyse comment les Arabes, les Berbères et les populations autochtones de la péninsule Ibérique ont utilisé le savoir généalogique afin de refléter ou d’améliorer leurs positions de pouvoir, processus dans lequel tensions et conflits religieux et ethniques jouaient un rôle non négligeable. L’article examine les questions suivantes : 1. orgueil et préjugés arabes ; 2. revendications ethniques des Berbères et des autochtones ; 3. les mawālī ; 4. les muwalladūn ; 5. l’intégration des convertis dans l’univers lettré et la nisba al-Anṣārī : une manière de transformer les non Arabes en Arabes au ive/xe siècle ; 6. souverains et « prophètes » autochtones et Berbères ; 7. dénigrement des Arabes et de leur prophète.
Mots-clés : généalogie, ethnicité, al-Andalus, mawālī, muwalladūn, conversions, prophétie.
This paper provides an analysis of the ways in which Arabs, Berbers and the native population of the Iberian Peninsula used genealogical lore in order to reflect or advance positions of power, a process in which ethnic and religious conflicts and tensions had a share. The seven parts in which the paper is divided concentrate in the following issues: 1. Arab pride and prejudice; 2. Ethnic claims of Berbers and natives; 3. The mawālī; 4. The muwalladūn; 5. The integration of converts in the world of scholarship and the nisba al-Anṣārī: a way of turning non-arabs into arabs in the fourth/tenth century; 6. Natives and Berbers as rulers and “prophets”; 7. Disparaging the Arabs and their Prophet.
Keywords: Genealogy, ethnicity, al-Andalus, mawāli, muwalladūn, Berbers, conversion, prophecy.
- Maria Isabel Fierro Bello ( : 02979613X)
Frontière religieuse et catégorisation sociale des convertis en al-Andalus (IIe-IVe/VIIIe-Xe siècles).
Cet article est consacré à la catégorisation sociale des convertis à l’islam dans les sources andalouses concernant les époques émirale et califale (viiie-ixe siècles). Après avoir traité de la conversion comme acte légal, nous abordons sa fonction dans l’historiographie andalouse (chrétienne et islamique) en tant que récit mettant en scène une rupture de la continuité du corps social et un franchissement de la frontière religieuse. Enfin, nous nous interrogeons sur l’identification du groupe des muwallad-s, catégorie sociale de transition qui joue un rôle notable dans l’explication de l’avènement du califat.
Mots-clés : islamisation, catégorisation sociale, convertis, acte légal de conversion, rites de passage de la frontière religieuse, apostasie, fitna, muwallad.
This article deals with the converts to Islam in al-Andalus during the Umayyad Emirate and Caliphate (eighth-ninth c.) and their social categorization in the light of local sources. Conversion is first approached as a legal act, before evaluating its role in both Christian and Islamic historiography as a rupture in social continuity and a trespassing of religious frontiers. The identification of the so-called transitional category of the muwallad-s—a key for explaining the new caliphate proclamation—is then questioned.
Keywords: Islamization, social categorization, converts, legal act of conversion, passage rituals of the religious frontier, apostasy, fitna, muwallad
- Cyrille Aillet ( : 055313671)
Vanessa Van Renterghem
Catégorisations sociales dans le monde musulman médiéval: introduction au dossier.
- Vanessa Van Renterghem ( : 084557907)
Muḥammad Naṣr ʿAbd Al-Raḥmān
الأسطورة فى المجتمع الهندى فى العصور الوسطى ودلالاتها التاريخية. قصة شكروتى فرماض نموذجاً. Al-Usṭūra fi-l muǧtamaʿ al-hindī fi-l ʿuṣūr al-wusṭa wa dalālātihā al-tārīḫiyya. Qiṣṣat šakrūtī firmāḍ numūḏaǧan.
This study examines a number of historical texts that deal with legendary stories from Medieval India. The author would like to explore from a new perspective the historical accuracy of these legends in that they might indeed hold important historical facts, otherwise neglected by scholars due to the very nature of them being labelled as myths. The author will illustrate his theory by using a number of historical texts that deal with the legend of the Indian king Shakarawati Farmand and how he came to embrace Islam.
Keywords: Islam, India, Myth, Shakarawati Farmand, Cheramen Perumal, Malabar, Arab, Mapillas, Muslim, Prophet, Baba Ratan, Medieval, Muhammad b. Malik, The Endowment.
- Muḥammad Naṣr ʿAbd Al-Raḥmān ( : 24483699X)
Professeur d’histoire islamique, faculté des Lettres, Université du roi Faisal
Īhāb Aḥmad Ibrāhīm
التصوف والفن الإسلامي. Al-taṣawwuf wa-l fann al-islāmī.
This study attempts not only explore the influence that Sufism had on Islamic art, but how we set about identifying and measuring this influence. In the author’s attempt to identify and prove this influence several steps were necessary. Firstly, it is important to examine and discuss previous studies with regard to the subject matter. Interestingly, two contrary issues are noted; one overplays the role that Sufism had on the development of Islamic art, whereas the other completely denies that this influence exists. Secondly, having asserted the effect of Sufism on Islamic art, the research path subsequently diverges into two basic themes. First and foremost it is important to locate the types of objects that would be of value within the context of Sufism, from buildings to tools. On a second, more difficult level it is important to examine the very essence existing between the philosophy of Sufi teachings and its relationship to the properties and philosophy of Islamic art. By applying this method of research to certain branches of Islamic art such as architecture, painting, applied arts, calligraphy as well as inscriptions, our study can pin point potential areas that would require further research and discussion. The aim of this paper is to highlight the relationship that does exist between Sufism and Islamic art.
Keywords: Islamic art, Sufism, Architecture, Painting, Applied Arts, Metal, Textile, Carpets, Glass, Pottery, Calligraphy, Inscriptions.
- Īhāb Aḥmad Ibrāhīm ( : 24840167X)
Ḥusayn Muṣṭafā Ḥusayn Ramaḍān
دراســة لوقف الأمير قيت الرجبى. Dirāsa li waqf al-Amīr Qayt al-Raǧbī.
Amir Kit al-Ragaby is considered to be one of the great Mamluks in Egypt and Syria during the late Mamluk Period, in particular during the court of Sultan al-Ghoury. Despite this fact, Amir Kit and his significance remains unmentioned by biographers. The author has endeavoured to collect biographical details of his life from many different sources, with particular detail to his Endowment document that provides a partial description of his house. An attempt will be made within this paper to reconstruct the house using contemporary comparative material.
Keywords: Endowment, Biography, House, Reconstruction.
- Ḥusayn Muṣṭafā Ḥusayn Ramaḍān ( : 248401637)
Hišām bin Muḥammad ʿAlī Ḥasan ʿUǧaymī
قلعة ذات الحاج فى طريق الحَاجّ الشامى: دراسة معمارية وثائقية. Qalʿat ḏāt al-ḥāǧǧ fī ṭarīq al-ḥāǧǧ al-šāmī. Dirāsa miʿmāriyya waṯā’īqiyya
The fort of Ḏāt al-Ḥāǧ is one of a number of Ottoman forts situated in the Syrian Darb al- Ḥāǧ that until now has not been carefully studied. The Ottoman Sultan Sulaymān al-Qanūnī gave the order for its erection in 967 H., completing work in 971 H. By 1266 H. the Sultan Abd al-Magid I had ordered its restoration and by 1328 H. The fort’s use was finally superseded by the construction of the al-Ḥiǧāz railway in 1318 H. The Ḏāt al- Ḥāǧ fort had served in a civil and military capacity for the Syrian al- Ḥāǧ caravans and travellers for nearly 295 years.
The author has made a comprehensive study of the fort which includes; field studies and survey of the site, photography of the exterior and interior of the structure as well as detailed descriptions of its rooms. Both the foundation plaque (971 H.) and later restoration plaque (1266 H.) have also been located and studied. This paper introduces for the first time a scientific study of one of a series of forts that operated along the Syrian Darb al- Ḥāǧ.
Keywords: Syrian Darb al-Ḥāǧ, Fort of Ḏāt al- Ḥāǧ.
- Hišām bin Muḥammad ʿAlī Ḥasan ʿUǧaymī ( : 24835650X)
Sāmī Ṣāliḥ ʿAbd Al-Mālik
أبيار العَلائى على دَّرْب الحَاجّ المِصْرى فى سَيْنَاء : دراسة تاريخية - آثارية معمارية جديدة على ضوء الحفائر الآثارية. Abyār al-ʿAlā’ī ʿalā darb al-ḥāǧǧ al-miṣrī fī Sīnā’ : Dirāsa tārīḫiyya-aṯāriyya miʿmāriyya ǧadīda ʿalā ḍū’ al-ḥafā’ir al-aṯāriyya.
Although situated within close proximity of each other on the Darb al- Ḥāǧ al- Miṣrī “Egyptian” in the Sinai, Abyār al-ʿAlā’ī and Wādī al Qurrayṣ should rightly be considered as two different places. Guarding the region of the “Dark” Abyār al-ʿAlā’ī was the work of the al-ʿAyḏ tribes, in which the Tarabīn tribe was defiantly involved. Previously unknown buildings were discovered in the Abyār al-ʿAlā’ī region, along with a dam situated in Wādī al-ʿAqaba. Many wells have been noted in the area and others were found by means of drilling, excavation and probing. Important among these discoveries is the remains of a qalʿa that should be considered a new addition to the known forts along the Darb al-Ḥāǧ al-Miṣrī in particular and for Sinai forts in general. Found also was the al-sulṭān Kitbuġa al-Manṣūrī mosque, comprising of the dome, water pools with their associated water-refineries and canals. A station associated with the reign of al sulṭān al-mamlūkī Kitbuġa al-Manṣurī was uncovered that included a number of wells as well as a rare inscription from a mosque. Many important historical inscriptions were discovered that will help us interpret the civil development of this region, in particular the al-manzel or “small station” and the al-manhel or “grand station” of the Darb al-Ḥāǧ al-Miṣrī.
Keywords: Darb al-Ḥāǧ al-Miṣrī, Egyptian Darb al-Ḥāǧ, Sinai, Fort Abyār al-ʿAlā’ī, Al-Qurrayṣ.
- Sāmī Ṣāliḥ ʿAbd Al-Mālik ( : 248429655)
L’armement entre Orient et Occident au VIe/XIIe siècle : casques, masses d’armes et armures
The weapon is a privileged vector of technological progress, but it also remarkably reveals the exchanges that took place between the Muslim Middle East and Western Europe in the 6th/12th centuries. The Franks and the Muslims’ weapons tended to standardize, even if several types of weapons always coexisted on the battle fields, and if Muslims as well as Franks kept their specificities. The evolution of three weapons is here analyzed: helmets, maces and amours. The Western helmets tended to be thicker and heavier. Those of the Muslims, which were quite as various in form and constitution, also appeared to become more and more effective. The Arabic texts show that the Muslims added a miġfar to them, a typically Eastern (but not unknown in Western Europe) mail curtain or a cap of mail like the one which the Western fighters used to wear. The maces, which were particularly appreciated by the Muslim Turkish riders, spread in Western Christianity, perhaps after their adoption by the Templars, even if the influence of the riders from the steppes of Eastern Europe cannot be ignored. Various types of armour coexisted in the Frank and Muslim armies. Once again, the ones did not hesitate to make theirs the weapons of the others.
Keywords: War, Weapons
- Abbès Zouache ( : 088010481)
Abbès Zouache est chercheur au CNRS, directeur du Centre français d'archéologie et de sciences sociales (Sanaa et Koweït City). Historien, arabisant, il est spécialiste de la guerre dans l'Orient médiéval, qu'il envisage comme un phénomène social et culturel. Il est l'auteur de plusieurs ouvrages et de nombreux articles.